Journal of Translation
The Journal of Translation is an academic journal of translation theory and practice with a special interest in Bible translation and in translation involving minority languages and cultures. Its purpose is to encourage scholarship, to enlighten the reader, to stimulate thought and discussion, and to promote appropriate cross-cultural and cross-linguistic communication.
Journal of Translation 16(1) (2020)
This has been a difficult year for many reasons, to put it mildly. Scholarship is needed and valued more than ever, however. Communication and translation are needed and valued more than ever. We are proud to present this issue of the Journal of Translation. There is an inspiring account of expert, dedicated, even sacrificial efforts to translate the Bible into the languages of Eritrea over a span of 132 years. There is an article on the translation of Greek conditionals on the basis of function rather than form. The article on meaningful proper names in...